Miloud Hmida

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Miloud Homida
ميلود حميدة
Born (1980-07-01) 1 July 1980 (age 43)
Djelfa, Algeria
OccupationPoet and translator

Miloud Homida (Arabic: ميلود حميدة; born 1980) is an Algerian poet, critic and translator. He was born in Djelfa.[1]

Publications and activities[edit]

  • Latin pages: impressions of modern Latin literature, the publishing Dar Mime (Assia Ali Mousa).
  • Wind of solitude, The Publishing House Linaeditoria, Mexico.
  • DACA/ IF; translation of a poem by the Romanian poet Elena Liliana Popescu, with forty other translators, publishing Pelerin, Bucharest.
  • Participation in the Spanish-American Anthology, published in Peru and by the poet Leo Zelada, a member of The House of Poetry in Spain.
  • A number of translations of several Spanish poets.


  1. ^ "إصدارات". Al Fadyr. April 28, 2009. Retrieved 27 January 2012.

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